Ghana trainer Kwesi Appiah has welcomed his ‘selection solutions’ as he tries to put a team together capable of beating Cape Verde in their quarter-final clash on Saturday.
The former Ghana international is in a dilemma following the return of certain key players from the treatment room.
Espanayol midfielder Mubarak Wakaso, who was suspended for the Niger tie is fit, meaning Christian Atsu who was voted man-of-the-match in the 3-0 victory could back down to the bench.
With Anthony Annan back in full flight, it remains to be seen if he will walk straight into the team and replace highly-rated Rabiu Mohammed.
For Appiah, though, it is a welcome headache.
“Personally I will say no. I have total confidence in all the players I invited,” Appiah said
‘It’s always good that you have all your players are fit so that there will be competition in the team.
“I will always go out for the best at a particular time. Sometimes you look at the team that you’re playing, you think of who should start.
“But I believe that a good team is a team which has got a very good bench so now that everyone has recovered, it’s good for the country.
The Black Stars topped group B after recording 2 wins and a draw.